Feb 102010
 

Winter Buffalo

The tough guys!  I often wondered why the Buffalo in Yellowstone have such huge necks.  One reason is the searching for food in the winter.  All day these behemoths bury their heads in the snow moving their massive heads back and forth.  This gets the snow out of the way and gets them to the grasses deep in the snow.

Winter Buffalo 2

Even with their size they are at a constant risk from predators.  Energy is often expended running from possible trouble.

Buffalo Run

The life for the buffalo in winter is typical for all the other wildlife.  Cold, wind, extremely limited food resources and difficulty getting around makes for great opportunities for some specific predators.


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  1. WOW!!!!! I Will Let the Cat out of the bag . I Have Been Directed to this Site Months Ago By some Awesome People that I work Closely With on a day to day basis Not only are these shots JUST PICTURES , to me It is Truely Art , For A Person to Capture these Awesome Moments of nature at it’s finest , It Just Blows me away ! I Can Spend Hours looking at this ( On My Own Time ). As I Also hold your kind of passions close to my heart ( Being out there in Nature ) To Be able to get into these situations and to see what you do . I Know it is a special Gift from God Thanks For Sharing this Hobbie of your’s , Stellar Shots There BIG Jim ,

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